While we were more than ready to celebrate the best indie films at the Film Independent Spirit Awards, co-host Kate McKinnon appeared set on locking eyes with the one and only Paul Dano.
As the Love & Mercy star enjoyed the show from his seat, Kate was bringing the laughs while dressed up as an Anomalisa fan. After stuffing a handful of fresh ham from the supermarket into her mouth, the Saturday Night Live star made her intentions known.
"I need to meet Paul Dano," she shared while wearing a fanny pack, faded jeans and nerdy eyeglasses. "Where is that hunky sad-eyed sex machine? I want to give that guy a bubble bath."
Before he can run far, far away, Kate made her way to his table where things get hot real quick. "I kissed Paul Dano," she proclaimed as co-host Kumail Nanjiani added, "and a bunch of ham did as well." LOL!
In the pair's opening monologue, both Kate and Kumail also poked fun at the ongoing #OscarsSoWhite controversy.
"This year's [Spirit Award] nominees are as diverse as the cover of a brochure for a liberal arts college, while the Oscar nominees are as diverse as the student body at a liberal arts college," Kumail joked. Zing!
All kidding aside, some of Hollywood's biggest stars walked away with some pretty impressive honors. Take a look at the complete list of winners below.
Best Feature: Spotlight Best Director: Tom McCarthy, Spotlight Best Screenplay: Tom McCarthy, Josh Singer, Spotlight Best First Feature: The Diary of a Teenage Girl Best First Screenplay: Emma Donoghue, Room John Cassavetes Award (For best feature made under $500,000): Krisha Best Supporting Female: Mya Taylor, Tangerine Best Supporting Male: Idris Elba, Beasts of No Nation Best Female Lead: Brie Larson, Room Best Male Lead: Abraham Attah, Beasts of No Nation Robert Altman Award: Spotlight Best Cinematography: Ed Lachman, Carol Best Editing: Tom McArdle, Spotlight Best International Film: Son of Saul Best Documentary: The Look of Silence